Filipino American History Month: Community Celebration

October is Filipino American History Month! Filipino leaders across Anchorage are hosting a community-wide event in celebration of our rich history and culture.

Being Latine/Hispanic at Cafecito Bonito!

We invite all UAA students, staff, and faculty who identify as Latine or Hispanic to attend Being Latine/Hispanic on Thursday, September 29th at Cafecitio Bonito!

Alaska INBRE Multi-Year Developmental Research Pilot Project Request for Proposals is now open!

Alaska INBRE Multi-Year Developmental Research Pilot Project Request for Proposals is now open. If applying your letter of intent is due October 15, 2022 and your project proposal must be submitted by November 30, 2022 at 5 p.m. AKT

Alaska INBRE Carryover Award Opportunity is Open!

Alaska INBRE Carryover Award Opportunity. Deadline to apply September 30, 2022.

Faculty Mini Grant Opportunity: Health Misinformation Education, Proposals due midnight October

As part of efforts to create a healthier information environment in Alaska, the Alaska Health Misinformation Response Project Team seeks UAA and branch campus faculty for a mini-grant opportunity to raise awareness about the threat of health misinformation, particularly as it relates to confidence in vaccination.

Salmon Hook Up on campus, Sunday, Oct. 2

Sunday, Oct. 2, the Alaska Airlines Center is hosting the Alaska Bride 2022 Fall Wedding Show and our new food truck Salmon Hook Up will be in the parking lot from 12-5 p.m.

CBPP introduces online pathway for BBA in Management

UAA’s College of Business and Public Policy has developed a pathway for students to earn a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Management entirely online.

Slideshow: WWAMI Wilderness Rescue Retreat

Students practice loading a simulated patient into a helicopter

Twenty UAA WWAMI students spent a rainy day in Girdwood learning to treat injuries and save lives in the backcountry from the Alyeska Resort Ski Patrol.

Slideshow: Seawolf Hockey returns

Benjamin Brown and other students watch Seawolf Hockey

Seawolf Hockey returned to the ice in spectacular fashion, playing against Simon Fraser University to a packed house of green-and-gold-wearing fans on the edge of their seats.

Cryogenic solid particles and lunar rovers

Engineering professor Getu Hailu works with liquid nitrogen and various metals

Engineering professor Getu Hailu’s research simulates lunar atmospheres to test various material strengths as they relate to extreme temperatures, which will be used by NASA to better understand how equipment like rovers might degrade on the moon.

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